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From Hors D’oeuvres To A Fabulous Feast, How To Plan A Mouth-Watering Buffet For Your Wedding
Buffets to the Rescue!
A wedding buffet can solve even the most harried couple’s wedding feasts issues. Why? Because buffets usually offer something for everyone. Whether it’s a casual spread of barbeque or a sumptuous feast of caviar, oysters and rack of lamb, the humble buffet can be a great option for feeding your guests. And,
ure, you can always ask friends and family for recommen- dations, but every couple wants to have a meal that everyone will love – regardless of what’s on the menu.
couples concerned about guests’ food allergies or special diets can arrange for buffets with a broad food selection.
Before you get started with the fun part – tasting the food – think about the following tips to ensure your wedding feast is everything you want.
Consider the Time
Before you choose a menu, you need to know which meal you’re serving: lunch (12:30-3:30 pm) or dinner (6:00-10:30 pm). Either meal is great for a buffet, but make sure the food fits the time.
Planning a wedding menu can be pretty stressful. After all, how do you decide what a large group of people will or won’t eat?

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